Hello Lovelies! I have some exciting news for you!
OPI announces the launch of nine new limited edition nail lacquers inspired by some of the most recognized brands of The Coca-Cola Company. Coca-Cola by OPI offers a range of colors and hues representing everything from classic red for Coca-Cola to metallic silver for Coke Light, dark red and black for Coke Zero, black cherry for Cherry Coke, cream and warm pink for Vanilla Coke, shimmering citrus green for Sprite and bright orange and deep purple for Fanta Orange and Fanta Grape.

Coca-Cola by OPI includes:

Coca-Cola Red (inspired by Coca-Cola)
Classic red – always in style, always perfect.

You’re So Vain-illa (inspired by Vanilla Coke)
I bet you think this creamy nude is all about you.

Sorry I’m Fizzy Today (inspired by Vanilla Coke)
Do Not Disturb…I’m enjoying this creamy, smooth pink.

Get Cherried Away (inspired by Cherry Coke)
Seriously, this black cherry is over-the-top gorgeous!

Turn On the Haute Light (inspired by Coke Light)
This shimmery silver is at the height of fashion.

Today I Accomplished Zero (inspired by Coke Zero)
Dramatic black with effervescent red sparkle is a total must-do.

Green on the Runway (inspired by Sprite)
This uncut-lime green makes a real fashion statement.

A Grape Affair (inspired by Fanta Grape)
Make a big to-do in this deepest, darkest purple.

Orange You Stylish! (inspired by Fanta Orange)
This juicy orange looks fanta-stic on you!

The Coca-Cola by OPI collection will launch in Switzerland at the end of June and will be available until the end of October 2014. The recommended retail price for each bottle is 23.90 CHF, and there will also be a 10 pieces set including the nine shades in mini version an d a mini topcoat for 49.90 CHF. You can find your nearest OPI retailer by clicking here.

I must admit the pictures look promising indeed, I can wait to see if the real nail polishes are as good as they seem! I'm specially intrigued by Today I Accomplished Zero, Green on the Runway, Coca-Cola Red and A Grape Affair in that order. I have seen the press release elsewhere and some of the shades have different names and the colours look different. I wonder if there's a mistake or they've done different version of the collection for different countries?
Is there anything catching your attention in this collection?